Minneapolis Mayor: Benefits Of Super Bowl Could Be Felt In St. Cloud [AUDIO]
MINNEAPOLIS - Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak says cities like St. Cloud should feel the economic impact, if the NFL brings the 2018 Super Bowl to the new Vikings Stadium.
Rybak says the Super Bowl brings with it a whole week's worth of activities.
He says at the last Super Bowl, Indianapolis had an estimated economic impact of $300 million, and took in an extra $70 million in tax receipts.
Yesterday (Tuesday) the NFL Selection Committee named Minneapolis, along with New Orleans and Indianapolis, as the three finalists for Super Bowl 52.
We'll find out which city gets the big game in May.